true, except that reputation should be taken with a grain of salt. you hear a lot about schools, and a lot isnt true...see for yourself and don't just go to a school because of its name. Visit and ask yourself if you think you could see yourself going there
Vancouvers a sweet city.
THere are other universities in the area too. SFU, Capilano BCIT etc. What do you wanna take, because in Van each one specializes. And there are three different Mountains to ski at inVan, plus your like 2 hours from whistler, about an hour from baker and like 3 or something from hood i think? plus there are trips heading out always to mt washington, and if you can get to it go to mount cane, because it is vancouver Islands sweet spot.
but yeha i dontknow much about the others but thats my 2cents on van.
Do you want to chill...or do you want to chill with BEER????
"make good transitions though, like mountains to boobs, skier faliing into a cravass to to penis in va jay jay, snowmaking machine to epic facial, oh and then cut from facial, to snow facial. 2 sweet transitions in a row-then end of movie" twix_182
u might as well apply to all the schools and take your pic once you get into them...If u only apply to one of them and then dont get in your SOL buddy...so might aswell go for em all...thats what im doin...I'm applying to atleast University of Utah, SLU, UVM, Colorado State, Montana State...no need to be picky
"you dont know how pissed I would be if i got AIDS and didnt even get it from sex "
Well you should apply to every school you're considering AND apply to a couple backup schools.
When you narrow it down find some upperclassmen from that university to talk to. Facebook is a good place to do that. Find some skiers or something and just send out messages asking about classes, social life, local hills, alumni programs.
apply to both, then go visit both campuses. Once you see them in person, and talk to an adviser, it will be much easier to tell which one is for you. utah is sick, 30 min from the mountains. But I don't know much about vancouver. Dont forget about colorado tho! thats where i'm headed this fall :)
Stretch pants - the garment that made skiing a spectator sport.
is utah REALLY as bad as people on here say it is? i mean seriously, it can't be. i am planning (though i've still got a while to think on it) on going to U of U for the skiing aspect mainly. plus it's not a bad school i hear. but i mean is it really that bad of a state?